The comment was dumb and stupid – Lewis Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton says he was “stupid” to infer Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen may have intentionally slammed into him toward the beginning of the British Grand Prix.

Hamilton had alluded to “intriguing strategies” immediately after the race, in which Raikkonen hit the back of his Mercedes and spun him on the main lap.

On Instagram on Monday, Hamilton stated: “Kimi said sorry and we proceed onward. It was a racing episode and nothing more.”

Hamilton said “in some cases we say idiotic” things and “we gain from it”.

Lewis Hamilton considering red to be Ferrari venture up after British Grand Prix

The Briton said his immediate post-race comments were down to the depletion he felt after such a requesting race.

“I lost almost 3kg [in body fluids] attempting to return to the best for you and my group,” he stated, tending to his 6.7 million adherents on the social media stage.

“I scarcely had any vitality toward the conclusion to stand, not to mention talk.

“In the event that you can’t comprehend and welcome that, at that point I completely get it. Be that as it may, [it] was nothing to do with outrage, [I was] truly simply depleted both rationally and physically.

“Much obliged to you to everybody for the mind boggling bolster this end of the week. We win and lose together. Onwards and upwards.”

After the race, Hamilton had called attention to that twice in three races a Ferrari driver had crashed into a Mercedes on the primary lap.

Title pioneer Sebastian Vettel hit Hamilton’s partner Valtteri Bottas at the main corner of the French Grand Prix, compelling both to come back to the pits to repair harm and battle from the back.

‘In the event that you cry like a girl when you lose, do artful dance’

At Silverstone, Hamilton was likewise sent to the back in the episode, from which he battled back to second place behind Vettel, who drives the title from the Briton by eight focuses.

Raikkonen got a 10-second punishment for the occurrence and said he acknowledged it was his blame.

Vettel said after the race it was “senseless” to think either episode had been ponder, calling attention to he had harmed his own race prospects in the crash in France.

Raikkonen’s better half Minttu put a post on Instagram saying: “On the off chance that you cry like a girl when you lose, do artful dance.”

She later expelled the section and, while tending to a fan who safeguarded Hamilton, she included: “Just to be clear, I was not discussing the driver but rather the group who was crying a short time later that somebody accomplished something intentionally.

“No he didn’t. It’s called racing.”

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